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here\'s our table

wustazwustaz Posts: 10
edited 11:40AM in EGG Table Forum
my husband used the plans from naked whiz too (thanks for the plans!!) and we made it just a little taller. It is oak and there are about 10 coats of minwax on it. The egg was loaded in last night and I am really looking forward to using the table now


  • pattikakepattikake Posts: 1,175
    Nice table, Great job.

    Wichita, KS
  • JasperJasper Posts: 378
    Yeah, very nice job on the table. You really should put something under the egg, like the feet to prevent scorching.

    Mine was just finished a few weeks ago and I've been meaning to take some pics to post.
  • Judy's EggJudy's Egg Posts: 104
    Beautiful table. The finish looks great.
  • Capt FrankCapt Frank Posts: 2,578
    Nice Job, be sure and slip those green feet under the egg, one directly under the hinge and the other two spaced evenly toward the front ;) !

    Capt Frank
    Homosassa, FL
  • Very Nice
  • wustazwustaz Posts: 10
    thanks for the tip on the feet. didn't know that
  • wustazwustaz Posts: 10
    hubby put the feet on yesterday right before we did 2 chickens.
  • pattikakepattikake Posts: 1,175
    Love the table, nice job.

    Wichita, KS
  • weasels54weasels54 Posts: 1
    I'm new to this forum; can you explain what you mean by putting feet under the egg?
  • frankie482frankie482 Posts: 257
    The 3 ceramic feet that come with the Egg need to be placed under the Egg to protect the material underneath from craacking.
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